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By Victoria Middleditch
Two recent decisions under the EU Working Time Directive (WTD) are of interest.
By Joanne Martin
A recent UK Court of Appeal decision provides an opportunity for a quick update on European whistleblowing.
By Richard Isham
The UK Government has published the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, one of the objects of which is to put into UK law all existing EU legislation and European Court judgments...
By Joanne Martin
Gender pay gap reporting now applies to the private sector in Great Britain and to the public sector in England.
By Chris Williams
If an employee of a UK company is to be based wholly overseas (i.e. outside the UK) it may be unwise to make the employment contract subject to UK law and the UK courts.
By Richard Isham
The British Government has published its opening position on the rights of EU Citizens to remain and work in the UK after Brexit in 2019.
By Julian Cuppage
It was said not long ago that ‘big data' would move HR from business support to business leadership.
By Joanne Martin
Designed to combat human trafficking and slavery, the UK MSA came in to force in 2016.
By Julian Cuppage
If he implements his campaign promises, the election last month of President Moon Jae-In will lead to some significant labour law changes in South Korea.
By Richard Isham
On 29 March 2017, the UK Prime Minister (PM) triggered the now famous Article 50 by writing to Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, notifying him of the UK's intention to leave the EU.
By Chris Williams
After consultation and a conference, the European Commission has published its Recommendation for a "compass … for upward convergence towards better working and living conditions in Europe".
By Ravinder Mahal
The Guidelines build on existing working time regulations by strengthening definitions and clarifying what is required.
By Julian Cuppage
Theresa May, the UK Prime Minister, triggers Article 50 on March 29, 2017.
By James Castro-Edwards
In October 2016, telecoms provider TalkTalk was fined £400,000 by the UK Information Commissioner's Office for failing to protect customers' personal data, breaching the Data Protection Act 1998.
By Joanne Martin
The number of public holidays have been reduced from 19 to 12 days each year.